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Your Money

Wells Fargo's Unauthorized Accounts Likely Hurt Customers' Credit Scores

Regulators say millions of unapproved credit card and bank accounts were opened for Wells Fargo customers. A big question is how to compensate those whose credit scores were hurt by what the bank did.

Wells Fargo's Unauthorized Accounts Likely Hurt Customers' Credit Scores

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How Native Students Can Succeed In College: 'Be As Tough As The Land That Made You'

Native Americans make up less than 1 percent of students in college. Many say they feel invisible, without access to elite campuses. One program helps them leverage their heritage and identity.

How Native Students Can Succeed In College: 'Be As Tough As The Land That Made You'

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While feasting on a breakfast of hearty grains, the ewes at Dayspring Dairy are milked in two aisles with 12 ewes per aisle. Some have names like Valentine, Fuzzy Nibbleton, July, Cannonball and Latte. Meg McKinney for NPR hide caption

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The Salt

They Dreamed Of Sheep (Farming): Peek Inside An Alabama Dairy

Greg Kelly wanted out of corporate America for a lifestyle better suited to raising a family. So he and his wife launched Alabama's only sheep dairy. "We feel like we're really living now," she says.

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Medications Can Help People Stop Abusing Alcohol, But Many Don't Know That

Kaiser Health News

It is still rare for a person struggling with alcohol abuse to be prescribed naltrexone or acamprosate, two medications that have been proven to help. Efforts are underway to change that.

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All Tech Considered

Online Trackers Follow Our Digital Shadow By 'Fingerprinting' Browsers, Devices

Online tracking is no longer about "cookies." New technology helps trackers to link online breadcrumbs — including across devices — through browser settings, battery levels and other details.

Online Trackers Follow Our Digital Shadow By 'Fingerprinting' Browsers, Devices

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Khaleed Khateeb, 21, was the videographer for the Netflix documentary The White Helmets. "This photo was after double tap of aircraft in 27-7-2014," he says, referring to an air strike followed by another attack. "I don't know how I survived." Fadi al Halabi/Courtesy of Khaleed Khateeb hide caption

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Goats and Soda

Young Syrian With A Dream Risks His Life To Film New Documentary

Khaled Khateeb, 21, wants to show the world the heroic efforts of the White Helmets, a search-and-rescue group in Syria.

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The Two-Way - News Blog

Philippine President Says He'll Open Trade Alliances With China, Russia

President Rodrigo Duterte declared that he's willing to "cross the Rubicon" with the U.S., a close ally, and offer long-term land leases to "the other side of the ideological barrier."

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Buckwheat Zydeco's Stanley 'Buckwheat' Dural Jr. Dies At 68

The international ambassador for Louisiana roots music died early Saturday morning of lung cancer.

Buckwheat Zydeco's Stanley 'Buckwheat' Dural Jr. Dies At 68

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All Tech Considered

Republicans Say Obama Administration Is Giving Away The Internet

The U.S. is about to complete its long-planned handover of Internet domain name management to a global non-profit. Republicans argue it's an example of the Obama administration giving up U.S. power.

Republicans Say Obama Administration Is Giving Away The Internet

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Arts And Craft Beers: Brewers Draw Drinkers' Eyes With Snazzy Tap Handles

As craft brewers try to make their brews stand out in an increasingly crowded field, they're driving the expansion of a singular business: custom-made beer taps.

Arts And Craft Beers: Brewers Draw Drinkers' Eyes With Snazzy Tap Handles

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'All Cubans Are Saddened By This Loss'; Fans React To Death Of Marlins Ace

José Fernández defected from Cuba as a teenager, and there has been an outpouring from baseball fans in the Cuban community who felt proud of his success and devastation upon word of his death.

Festival goers order from a food truck during the Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival on June 11, in Manchester, Tenn. Food trucks embody the startup culture but a new study suggests millennials are wary of starting businesses because of economic hardships. FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival hide caption

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Economy

Millennials Want To Be Entrepreneurs, But A Tough Economy Stands In Their Way

Millennials admire startup founders and revere self-employment, new survey findings show, but they're worried about debt and wary of starting businesses in an unforgiving economic environment.

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Shots - Health News

War Studies Suggest A Concussion Leaves The Brain Vulnerable To PTSD

Troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are far more likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder if they have suffered a concussion. The reason may be a change in the brain's fear circuits.

War Studies Suggest A Concussion Leaves The Brain Vulnerable To PTSD

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